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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Tuesday 21st June, 6-9pm. Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for children. This includes a welcome drink, one item from the BBQ, one side and as much as you can eat from the buffet. Plus, the Cross Keys cocktail … Continue reading
Caroline Peacock writes: “I have been asked to circulate the following message: The Hamsterley & Upper Gaunless Action Group (HUGAG) have major concerns about the proposal by Banks Ltd to erect wind turbines beside the road that runs along the … Continue reading
Anne wrote: “I am researching my family tree and am hoping to take photographs and document any information that I can find. The family tree has a record of: Joseph Hope, born 1789, brewer – Hamsterley. He married Hannah, born … Continue reading
You are invited to join Hamsterley WI on their annual outing to a talk and tour of Tennants Auction Centre, and free time in Harrogate, on Tuesday, 21 June 2011. Coach travel to and from Hamsterley via Toft Hill. Cost: … Continue reading
Helen Dove writes: “Our Shar Pei Bruno went missing from the grounds of Witton le Wear Castle on 17.1.2011 and despite actively advertising his disappearance thus far there has been no news of him. He is a dark brown male … Continue reading
The Village Hall, Friday, 17th June. A charming and witty musical comedy that sees Professor Higgins (Rex Harrison) take a bet to transform Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) from street flower seller to society lady. Lots of fun with memorable music … Continue reading
June 14th, Speaker: Peter Barron, Topic: “Dad at Large”. Competition: Treasured Childhood Gift. Hostesses: Dorothy Hanlon, Marie Thompson. Raffle: Ann Richards, Vote of Thanks: Margaret Henderson.